So... not really sure where I am going with this. Maybe a bit of a ramble but perhaps someone will share. My current "TV project" (note I watch TV shows at the same speed I "progress" in Entropia - i.e. not a whole lot faster than they were ever originally aired at aka I rarely "binge" more than 3 eps in a go then may not watch for a week or two) is Star Trek Voyager. I never saw much of it the first time round due to time clashes but I am finally making up for that now. Tonight's episode of note was "one small step", an episode charting the history of Man's first exploration of mars in the 2030s. Sadly I think they were a little optimistic in their timing as I'm not convinced man will reach mars by 2032. A nice idea for sure but I'm concerned it is on the road map as much as MA's space courier missions. aka some time never. At least for a mars visit there are some good reasons why it is a way off. Anyway, I really liked this episode. As stupid mistakes go it was of course up there with the majority of other Voyager episodes but it did do well on character development and in putting across the HeMan style life lesson that, when things don't go to plan, that is when you learn and discover new things. Personally, I've always been a sucker for those "last messages home before you die" stories. Probably why I liked some of those Kira Red ones so much. One of my favourite films is Deep Impact but yeh I always struggle not to tear up during the toy spaceship or Moby Dick scenes. But back to voyager... this is probably the 2nd or 3rd really notable episode that I'll remember, the other(s) were Doctor episodes that concerned the development of his machine inteligence that I found rather fascinating and thought provoking. So yeh... I'm about done there. Anyone else want to say anything about some space scifi/colononisation stuff they have enjoyed? PS I accidentally clicked save before adding tags. How can I fix this?